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Pål Kristensen

Associate Professor
  • E-mailPal.Kristensen@uib.no
  • Phone+47 55 58 46 84+47 992 71 644
  • Visitor Address
    Møllendalsbakken 9, 3 etg.
  • Postal Address
    Postboks 7807
    5020 Bergen
  • 2020. Information to Bereaved Families Following Catastrophic Losses. Why Is It Important? Journal of loss & trauma. 1-16.
  • 2019. Tiltak for etterlatte. 14 pages.
  • 2019. Sammenhengen mellom alkoholbruk og forlenget sorg hos nære etterlatte etter terrorangrepet på Utøya i 2011. Scandinavian Psychologist. 1-17.
  • 2019. Mestring av sorg. 16 pages.
  • 2019. Helsemessige konsekvenser for etterlatte etter terror. 12 pages.
  • 2018. Undersøkelse av dødsstedet ved plutselig og uventet barnedød. En evalueringsstudie. 1/2018. 1/2018. .
  • 2018. Early intervention for bereaved children: What mental health professionals think. Death Studies. 9 pages.
  • 2018. Can visiting the site of death be beneficial for bereaved families after terror? A qualitative study of parents’ and siblings’ experiences of visiting Utøya Island after the 2011 Norway terror attack. European Journal of Psychotraumatology. 8 pages.
  • 2018. A relational perspective on social support between bereaved and their networks after terror: A qualitative study. . Global Qualitative Nursing Research. 1-12.
  • 2017. What distinguishes prolonged grief disorder from depression? Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. 538-539.
  • 2017. Optimizing visits to the site of death for bereaved families after disasters and terror events. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. 523-527.
  • 2017. Early Interventions Following the Death of a Parent: Protocol of a Mixed Methods Systematic Review. JMIR Research Protocols.
  • 2016. Selv om traumet er nasjonalt, er sorgen privat. Psykologisk.no.
  • 2016. Media exposure and prolonged grief: A study of bereaved parents and siblings after the 2011 utøya island terror attack. Psychological Trauma. 661-667.
  • 2016. How do bereaved parents experience the death scene investigation after sudden, unexpected loss of a child in Norway?
  • 2016. Etterlattes opplevelser av medienes rapportering etter Utøya-terroren. Norsk Medietidsskrift. 3-15.
  • 2015. «Det er både helt grusomt og godt på samme tid». Etterlatte foreldre og søskens opplevelse av besøk til Utøya etter terrorangrepet 22.07.11. Tidsskrift for Norsk Psykologforening. 487-496.
  • 2015. Utøya 22. juli 2011 – senfølger for etterlatte foreldre. Scandinavian Psychologist.
  • 2015. Traumatic bereavement and terror: The psychosocial impact on parents and siblings 1.5 years after the July 2011 terror-killings in Norway. Journal of loss & trauma. 556-576.
  • 2015. The psycho-social follow-up after the terror of July 22nd 2011 as experienced by the bereaved. Scandinavian Psychologist.
  • 2015. Prevalence of psychiatric disorders and functional impairment after loss of a family member:A longitudinal study after the 2004 tsunami. Depression and Anxiety. 49-56.
  • 2015. Grief and traumatic grief in children in the context of mass trauma. 8 pages.
  • 2015. Etterlatte foreldre, partnere, søsken og venner etter Utøya-drapene 22.07.2011. Oppsummering av forskningsprosjekt - 3 ¼ år etter. Minirapport III. .
  • 2014. Hvordan fungerte den psykososiale oppfølgingen for etterlatte etter 22. juli-terroren? Scandinavian Psychologist.
  • 2014. Hvordan fungerte den psyko-sosiale oppfølgingen for etterlatte etter 22. juli terroren? Scandinavian Psychologist.
  • 2014. Hva vet vi om sorg og komplisert sorg? Scandinavian Psychologist.
  • 2014. Etterlatte foreldre, partnere, søsken og venner etter Utøya-drapene 22.07.2011. Oppsummering av forskningsprosjekt - 2 ¼ år etter. Minirapport II. .
  • 2013. Sorg som diagnose. Tidsskrift for Den norske legeforening. 856-858.
  • 2013. Etterlatte foreldre, partnere, søsken og venner etter Utøya-drapene 22.07.2011. Oppsummering av forskningsprosjekt – første datainnsamling, 1 ½ år etter. Minirapport I. .
  • 2012. Visiting the Site of Death: Experiences of the Bereaved after the 2004 Southeast Asian Tsunami. Death Studies. 462-476.
  • 2012. Parental Mental Health After the Accidental Death of a Son During Military Service 23-Year Follow-Up Study. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 63-68.
  • 2012. Disaster-related bereavement: A study of long-term mental health effects and interventions.
  • 2012. Bereavement and Mental Health after Sudden and Violent Losses: A Review. 76-97.
  • 2010. Predictors of Complicated Grief After a Natural Disaster: A Population Study Two Years After the 2004 South-East Asian Tsunami. Death Studies. 137-150.
  • 2009. Psychiatric disorders among disaster bereaved. An interview study of individuals directly or not directly exposed to the 2004 tsunami. Depression and Anxiety. 1127-1133.

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